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officer: the senator from delaware. mr. coons: madam president, i ask unanimous consent that the quorum calls be vitiated. officer if without objection. mr. coons: madam president, this is a critical moment. over the next few weeks serious choices must be made about how our nation spends its money, about our national budget, and at its heart a budget is a statement of values. a budget shows the world what we care about, what we prioritize, what we invest in, how we intend to build our future. and everyone who comes to this chamber comes with their own volumes, representing their own state. but each of us also knows that we have to find a way to bridge those divides, to work together, to solve the enormous fiscal challenges that we face as a nation. that means addressing the more than $500 billion in automatic spending cuts, tax increases, and other fiscal changes all scheduled to take place at the beginning of next year and known collectively as the fiscal cliff. we find ourselves at the edge of this cliff because of our shared beliefs that deficits matter and that we can't keep spendin
their historical significance and view the landscape today. from washington's crossing of the delaware to the battle of her clan. it's about an hour, 15. [applause] >> the subtitle of this book is an old irishman not being funny, so it's a great honor to introduce the author and my friend, robert sullivan. i have known two geniuses in my life. one is dead and the other robert sullivan is alive although that robert sullivan is not the robert sullivan who is with us this evening. not exactly, but more about that in a moment. first this robert sullivan is the author of seven extraordinary books, meadowlands, the whale hunt, how do not to get rich, rats, cross-country, the thoreau you don't know and the one that brings us here to delancey st., "my american revolution." in my humble opinion each of these books is in its way a masterpiece. wonderfully idiosyncratic, uniquely incisive, e. tizon investigation of the american mindscape and sulzgeber related with the american landscape. each confronts the obvious, where there are garbage drunk -- garbage dump or a family road trip or a transcend
and new jersey and delaware that they could use for the troops but it was thomas payne's the american crisis and washington not only read it but made it mandatory that all troops read payne. it was the famous bit where this is the time that tries men's souls. it is not a moment for sunshine and summer patriots and soldiers. and so there became a new morale and washington brilliantly used payne to tell troops let's win it this christmas. let's not give up. the troops will be sleeping, they will be kind of preparing forethe winter. this is a perfect time for the continental army to go into what is now known as sort of guerilla warfare mode. >> for fear of discovery by the enemy. we now know where we are going. >> refusing to let the revolution die, washington oldly called for three divisions to cross the delaware river on christmas night. if successful the men would march to trenton, new jersey, and heat a surprise attack with a hope of a decisive victory for the americans. >> victory or death. >> three cheers for general washington. >> durham boats were used for the crossing. they are
with delaware governor jack markell. >> susie: i'm susie gharib. a coalition of the nation's top c.e.o.s is feeling pessimistic about getting a fiscal cliff deal. the group's leader joins us, maya macguinneas. >> tom: and luxury fashion meets the mass market. who wins with target's pairing with neiman marcus? >> susie: that and more tonight on nbr! >> tom: there wasn't much obvious ground given today between president obama and congressional republicans in the effort to avoid the fiscal cliff in january. president obama repeated his pledge he's open to new ideas, but is holding firm on his call for higher taxes on top income earners, something missing from the g.o.p. plan. with just three weeks left, the two sides are still at odds with their opening offers. th time ticking away to reach a deal before tax cuts expire and spending cuts hit, president obama today said he's still optimistic a deal will be done and he's willing to compromise, but negotiations just aren't there yet. >> it's going to require what i talked about in the campaign, which is a balanced, responsible approach t
of philadelphia, next to the delaware river. well, 30,000 people caused filth in the city and polluted their water sources. the groundwater was not potable. and in one year, 1/6 of the population died of yellow fever. now, they didn't know at the time that yellow fever was carried by mosquitoes. but the health issue was major in that first movement to build a water system. narrator: so they set out to find the cleanest source of water. although the majority of philadelphia's water now comes from the delaware river, early engineers found that development along the waterfront was causing pollution. so their search led them to the nearby schuylkill river. philadelphia developed technologies to pump water from the river into the city. these technologies established engineering concepts that are still the basis for our water systems today. europeans flocked here. it was a destination point to see the new world technology. when charles dickens visited us in 1840, he was truly blown away by high water pressure on the fourth floor of the hotel he was staying in. nowhere in europe had he experienced that.
defeated delaware state, 79-50. the freshman came off the bench and scored a season high 19 points and terps won 11 in a row, the longest winning streak in a decade and george mason having an okay season, 7-4 and tonight on the road against south florida, the second half and to collins. hits his head on that knee and down for a while. had to be stabilized before being taken off of the court and he scored 10 consecutive points and could get no closer than two and james johnson and virginia tech losing the three of the four games and out west, taking on byu and he hits the three, a career high 29 points in the first half a lone. up 17. the next possession off of themis and with that effort and that putback. the second half, how about mor. the rebound to davies and inside with a career high 42 on the day and virginia tech falls to byu, 97-71 and hokies open up acc play next saturday hosting maryland. >>> and off the wall is coming up next. there is one thing to talk about this week. >> and that is about it sunday night. who is going to win? >> and i am going to make a official predict
sandy has affected us in delaware compared to our neighbors to the north. we are doing okay. this sandy didn't spare delaware and we have produced beyond our state's ability to provide. from the moment it is clear we are in the storm's path, i've been grateful for the work of governor jack martel and his entire team. state, county, local officials, first responders, american red cross, national guard, many volunteers are hoped to protect the residents as it approached and well after it passed. president obama, fema, the rest of the administration's team working hand in glove with their state team. in this case there was really a team. as i like to say there is no i in the word team. i should have the army corps of engineers has been particular in responding to hurricane sandy. over the years, funded by a series of storm protection projects in maryland are polite, robust and strong, healthy systems. these types of projects criticized at the time by some on my opinion because they performed exceptionally well during sandy black hundreds of millions, maybe billions of dollars in damage. as
-800-345-2550 call 1-866-294-5412. >>> welcome back. when delaware governor jack marquel took office in 2009, he inherited a budget shortfall. since then, he's closed the budget gap, brought down the state's unemployment rate to 6.8%, well below the national average of 8 ers. >> and as washington faces its own fiscal problems, we're wonder whag lawmakers there with learn from delaware. governor markel joins us today. governor, good to see you again. welcome back. >> thank you. good to see both of you. >> what would you suggest washington does? part of what you did there was the temporary tax increases to bring in revenue that then they expire and you've got a new budget you put together. do you think that's something that washington should consider or what do you suggest they do? ? the approach that we followed in delaware was one where we wanted to continue to invest in things that would lead to a prosperous position for our people. that's education and economic development. we believed there ought to be some shared sacrifice. we wanted to protect the most vulnerable and we worked together acro
delaware. mr. coons: i ask the proceedings under the quorum call be vitiated. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. coons: mr. president, i rise today to join with my colleague senator paul to discuss the life and work of an exceptional american, dr. sandy greenberg, who is here with us today in the senate gallery along with his wife sue and his sister brenda even as we speak. sandy in my view, is an honorary delawarean because he spends a month out of every year at one of our most beautiful delaware beaches, rehoboth beach. but he's much more than that, a successful businessman and if i than throw pivot -- philanthropist, he has a wide array of business interests. he's a pioneer in the use of technology and medicine and helped bring telemedicine to rural health care facilities as chairman of the rural health care corporation. he was appointed by president clinton to the board of the national science foundation. and as a young man, he took a break from his studies at columbia where he roomed with art garfunkel to work in the nixon white house. all of this makes a substantive
storm is tracking at the northeast coast. a couple of sprinkles moving through delaware and impacting the lower eastern shore. nothing to worry about. we have some snow in pennsylvania. more rain and snow tracking into philadelphia. there could be some problems on the roads. the roads are still wet. view of the wider radar. it continues to move off the coast. heavy snow falling in upstate new york and into maine. temperatures are much better than what it could be. we are mostly above the freezing mark. 37 at the airport. we are close to the freezing mark. i would worry about the northern areas near the pennsylvania line for bloack ice. the gusts possibly up to 45 miles per hour today. that could possibly bring down some tree limbs. high temperatures will basically now.ver they are we drop down into the 20's tonight. things will be quiet on friday. another storm system is moving in. we could start out with snow and change over to rain. >> holiday blockbusters could make this year the most profitable on record for hollywood. strong christmas openings will help set movie studios in new r
to complete with west virginia, pennsylvania and delaware. right now west virginia and delaware get a substantial portion of their revenue from maryland residents leaving the state. keeping that money here and enjoying those dollars here will benefit the state of maryland through taxes. >> the casino doesn't have a solid day for when it'll add table games but they say they should be up and running around early spring. >>> 2012 is almost over so we are looking back. the outstanding student athletes who caught our attention this year. >>> and tax season will be here before you know it. what you need to know before you hire a tax professional. >> and on the weather front 42 degrees. you know the normal in late december 43. big storm blowing outs to the north and east but the next one starting to head our way. when it gets here and impacts for maryland. how do you always have my favorite coffee? girl: well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase, and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keuri
president came back from delaware to talk with senator mitch mcconnell. they are expected to negotiate on the phone throughout the night. >> willing to work with whoever, whoever can help. there's no single issue that remains an impossible sticking point. >> none of the votes we'll be casting today have anything to do with the fiscal cliff we face in slightly more than 24 hours. we're here and ready. >> congress will work through tomorrow, with republicans likely insisting more spending cuts be included. >>> budget cuts are at the department of defense also in the cross hairs, raising new concerns about national security. fox's peter doocy looks at what it could mean. >> reporter: senator lindsey graham told me this morning his phone rang saturday night and was the defense secretary calling saying he was told the bill to avoid the fiscal cliff will not avoid anything for sequestration. so he'll need to write 800 layoff notices to contractors. >> if the president doesn't deal with this, he's a lousy commander-in-chief. if there's a deal done that doesn't set aside the defense cuts, we'v
."a possible sign oo progrees came whhn viie back from delaware to thee white houue o work the phones and reach ut to republican ssmeone who he's wooked with on many deals over the years. mcconnell says: "we're willing to work witt whoever, hoever issue that remains ann impossible sticking point."if these bi-partisan talks fail overright, senate majjrity leader harry reii says he'll push a white houss fallbackk bill -- that would raise taxes only on families making over 250--houuand dollars a yar. it would also extend million americcns.that could ffce an up-or-down vott n monday's session.reid says: "we're going to come in at 11am tomorrow morning and we'll have further aanouncements perhaps at 11 o'clock in tte morning. certainly hope so."(henry on cam tag)so mucc at take for yourrwallet because if we go off the iscal cliff, this would be the largeet tax increase since world war two. not to meetion the fact, that iffthere's no deal -- the negative way.at the white y - house, ed henry, fox ews. pollce ii hhrford county are searching for a man they say shot his sister in the ba
advocate for responsible fiscal policy. we begin with governor jack markell, the democrat from delaware. he was one of six governors meeting with president obama today to talk about how the fiscal cliff impacts their states. i asked him what was his message to the president. >> our message was pretty straightforward. we believe that it is important that governors have a seat at the table as the president and leaders in congress are negotiating issues around the fiscal cliff. we think it is really important that they get something done because, obviously, if tax rates go up on middle-class americans come next month, it will be bad for those middle-class americans, it is will be bad for our states, and we're concerned about both the fiscal side and the economic growth side. >> susie: so talk to us a little bit about what kind of deal you would like to see. what were you proposing to the president? >> let's put it this way, if money is just shifted from the federal government to the states, that's not really saving anything. and the president understands that. we think it is really important.
it that crossing of the delaware, not a big deal for americans until the 1940's, 50's's, a local historian and it takes over, writes a book, sensitive general macarthur and japan. he commanded an inch to basically steals. she won't give a pack. people are getting married in front of it. she won't go back to an. >> to remember that painting is painted by a german. >> the rhine is used to pay debt. but that was then thinking about other revolutions at the same time to be so love how do you think about revolution, but anyway, kind of climbing this landscape as that cockpit of revolution. some of two minds about that because first there is the idea that, while minority is looking at a year. i mean, there are plaques all-around. and you can find people who are thinking about it, short. the general understanding, massachusetts based were run by virginians. >> one of virginia and fun massachusetts. saratoga. of course battles and -- off the coast of georgia and panels in canada, and in the -- battle some western europe's, but the majority of battles are fought here. the interesting, the really in
now, delaware attorney general beau biden whose father vice president joe biden is leading the new task force and los angeles mayor and the current president of the u.s. conference of mayors and a member of the mayors against illegal guns and also joining the conversation is congressman john yarmouth of kentucky. stand by. the nra started the press conference. >> i welcome you here this morning for the purposes of beginning our discussion of the topic that's been on the minds of american parents across this country. that is what do we do about the tragedies of the sort that struck in newtown, connecticut to avoid such events in the future? like most americans, we were shocked by what happened. like all americans, we have been discussing all of the various options that are available to protect our children and at this point we would like to share our thinking with you. for that purpose i would like to introduce wayne la pierre, our executive vice president. thank you for being with us. at the end of this conference we will not be taking questions but next week we will be available t
jim deminute for christine o'donnell with delaware for sharon engel from nevada. both lost. this guy stood by todd aiken gave money to todd aiken after the rape comments sfood by richard murdoch. this is the guy who buckedtood by richard murdoch. this is the guy who bucked mitch mcconnell and supported tea partyer rand paul for senate and rand paul is now in the senate. in fact, a lot of republicans blame jim demint because he supported these walkinghacko primary candidates who ended up becoming the nominees of their parties and lost at blame him for not taking control of the u.s. senate when they had an opportunity top do so. jim demint is a guy who led the opposition to obamacare. jim demint wanted legislation to ban gay or unmarried teachers from teaching in public school. you can't -- you can't get any more extreme than jim demint. he blocked creation of the national women's history museum. i mean, you go on and on and on. you can't get any more far right wing. so it's good for the senate to get rid of this guy. but you know what's troubling to
cannot be on the ballot in november. after joe biden became vice president and delaware had to elect a new senator, so, mike castle, obviously, was going to be the next senator, everybody knew that, but he lost the primary to a lady named christine o'donnell. so, there's a state of a million people -- >> a tea party person -- >> in delaware, yeah. yeah. but with a million people in delaware, only 30,000 voted for her in the primary. and that was enough to keep mike castle off the ballot. and the million people in delaware couldn't choose him. and, you know, and that's true in almost every state. so, that's how it's happened. the ideologues have focused on using the party primaries to elect people who are not representative, maybe not even representative of their own party. but the other candidates now cannot be on the ballot in november. you know, the congress has most of the major power in this country about war, about taxes, about spending. you know, so, when you narrow the choices that the american people have as to who's going to serve in congress, in the house or senate, you're
the surface. >> maryland hosted a struggling delaware state squad it tonight. the terps cruising, 10 victories in a row only three victories by single digits. they are pretty good, right? maryland breaking the press easily, and wells finishes with the one-handed jam. the terps led 40-22 1/2. they keep pouring it on. second half, maryland cruising. that acrobatic layup, a dramatic finish. the terps improve 11-one, 79-50 win. virginia tech, not so lucky against byu. six-eight from the three-point line, 29 points in the first half career high 42 on the day tech loses. george mason at south florida. that second half, the baseline jumper. usf with the 12-point lead, mason-dixon close, but they still lose. a.u. played sixth ranked kansas today, losing 89-57. hard to talk basketball when everybody wants to talk about the redskins. >> i think some fans are coming down. >> the tickets are still pricey. >> $1200. >> if they included a big thick >> virginia woman says instead of finding a new high pad in frof a box of packaging, she got a bunch of notepads. she said she got the runaround from walmart unt
, the eastern shore, southern delaware. we will definitely keep an eye on what kind of accumulation we expect. gusty wind today. tomorrow, 40 for the high. and then the snow potential. >> thank you for watching "11 news at noon." >> be sure to watch tonight at 5:00. have a great day.
. >> maryland hosting delaware state, who has lost seven straight, the terps cruising. first half, 28-16, the terps md. breaks the press wells finishing. the terps lead at the half. second half, cruising. howard steals, going all the way, acrobatic. the terps improved to 11-1, 79- 50. the wizards in chicago tonight. they finally got their fourth win of the season yesterday against the magic. >> taking a look at what is going on, but wind kicking up later tonight into the day tomorrow, wind gusts of 30-40 not out of the question. 35-40 degrees to borrow, but it will feel about 10-15 degrees colder. bundle up. new year's eve, a few showers late in the day. the new year, chance of a shower, cooler air wednesday and thursday, the temperatures and the 30's. go to wjla.com to check out the forecast 24 hours per day. we have an awesome photo gallery going up in just a little bit. >> have a good night.
sports. >> a great day to be at comcast center checking out maryland against delaware state. they continue getting ready for acc play. highlights next in sports. excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just click away with our free mobile app. >> this is 11 sports. >> we're almost there, almost through the part of the scheduled where maryland finds little resistance. they have talent on another level that has not been tested since december 2 against george mason. linn will dominate in the acc. hornets take advantage. del state up early. a lovely drive for two. the game tied. howard, a good idea. there is the mismatch of which i spoke. terps with a six-point lead. here is the play of the game. howard fi
delaware they are talking about, this can go from an idea to our reality. >> some believe there will be another era of space exploration, taking a new generation back to the moon and even beyond. >> amazing, if expensive. that brings to day's show to a close. remember, you can find constant updates on our website. thanks for watching. have a great day. >>> coming up, in haiti we report on one successful ministry of healing and shelter. despite natural disaster and failed bury rock sees. >> the surprise to everybody including to us is that we could do it all pretty much without batting an eye lash. >> a prominent evangelical leader reflects on 25 years in the cuur
williams went to the hospital in delaware yesterday. he needed a ride home, so he stole the ambulance. williams was spotted driving crazy toward the bay bridge. troopers were waiting for him right here the outlets in queen anne's county. he drove into a busy park ride. he hid -- hit a parked car. >>> now to an update on some breaking news. a baltimore mother is charged with murder in the death of her 2-year-old son. nicole fitzgerald is also charged with child abuse, assault and reckless endangerment. her son was found dead inside the house on sunday. police say the boy died from a stab wound to his neck. fitzgerald was also in the hospital with cuts to her neck. >>> weather wise today, obviously, a big change in the air. we had showers overnight. skies clearing off nicely. look at the winds coming in out of the north and west, howling a bit. gusts 20, 25. mid-40s now. we fall through the 40s. it gets much colder overnight and freeze by dawn tomorrow. we'll talk about that and how the temperatures will change yet again for the weekend. >>> we're all talking about this shocking new yor
, baltimore county, prince george's county, even as far as bear, delaware. if you're looking to give a toy, we have a location. >> we appreciate your involvement again this year. i know you're excited as well. you can give us a nod. look at squiggle bag. this is not stuffed full. we have two weekings through the 18th. we want to get all the gifts in here at the abc2 studios or at the celebree learning center. >> the battle of the beltway is almost here. ray lewis returned. want you to watch ray rice. watch this. >> he's got moves. now ray lewis, even though he won't play, he is helping them, getting ready for rg3. the ravens take on the redskins coming up on sunday. home for the holidays has a special meaning for active duty members. how they got into the holiday spirit. >> you know, books may not be on every child's list but amazon's got an idea to do that. it's aimed at getting kids hooked on reading. >>> wyatt everhart back for this year's kindertime. one of our sponsors next day floors. >> next delay floors is big on giving back to the community. we're always involved with kindertime. >> s
in the university of delaware and i recommend you read it because it is one of the most invasive programs we have ever seen and the university thought since i was on the right side of history on the right side of the moral issues, they defend it to this day and it included a mandatory program you had to go to where you would stand on one wall if you have this opinion about social security or this opinion about affirmative action. even had mandatory questionnaires about what races and sexes you would be that you had to fill out and one young freshmen responded that is none of your damn business and i can't do that case justice as i have a chapter on the university of delaware but excitingly i had my first article in "the new york times." that happen on thursday and they really wanted me to focus on the elite colleges. so a whole chapter on yale and harvard in the book and i mentioned in one case since i'm so used to these cases at this point i'm kind of surprised at how powerful their response was. this was a case where harvard and yale have the game and that's why they play than in football. this
to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consuming pumps. valves open to regulate the flow into the 85-mile-long delaware aqueduct -- the longest tunnel in the world. at hillview reservoir... the water is partitioned into another giant tunnel system. where it travels deep below manhattan. the pressure built up by gravity from the mountains pushes the water upwards toward the surface through vertical shafts. these shafts feed the wate
markets. it is a $1.35 billion cash deal, selling to delaware life holdings. delaware is owned by private equity firm guggenheim partners. the deal involved 450,000 annuity policies that guarantee minimum levels of lifetime incomes for their owners. the deal helped shares of other insurers in the annuity business. htford financiaservices was up 3.6%. volume almost doubled. caribou coffee will go private. a german investment group has agreed to pay $16 per share for caribou, totaling $340 million dollars. caribou shares shot up 30.7%, closing just above the buyout price. the market thinks a higher offer could be coming. the buyer is the same german group which bought out peet's coffee in october. all five most actively traded exchange traded products were up. the financial sector fund saw the strongest buying, up 2.1%. and that's tonight's "market focus." >> tom: it was eight years ago this month sprint anunced sbuyi nextell communications for $35 billion. sprint will wind down the service by next year. today the company announced a new multibillion dollar deal, with sprint agreeing to by
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